Printing White Decals was Super Clean Degreaser to remove lettering
Sounds like a possible cottage industry printing white decals – provide the artwork file and the entrepreneur prints and returns the decals for a reasonable fee. This looks like a great way to print white reweigh and repack dates and locations, road number options, return to stencils, loading instructions, MOW decals, and many other decals not otherwise available. Any interest out there?
From: main@RealSTMFC.groups.io [mailto:main@RealSTMFC.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jon Miller
Sent: Sunday, May 26, 2019 9:18 AM
Subject: Re: [RealSTMFC] Super Clean Degreaser to remove lettering
On 5/26/2019 6:49 AM, Nelson Moyer wrote:
I also read up on the various white toners. What I read was a dedicated machine. However when I saw the price I quickly dropped the subject!:-D
For me time stopped in 1941
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There are several custom decal people out there (it is sort of atoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
cottage industry, yes). The person I use is Bill Brillinger at
On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 7:31 AM Nelson Moyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
A railfan approaches a grade crossing hoping that there will be a train.
A&Y Dave in MD
This is my hobby. I couldn’t make enough at decals to compete with my day job. I have done special runs for friends at cost and supported the Carolina RPM with the Southern vent boxcar, but have no interest in a second career. I’ve seen what that can do to people.
I bought a $200 printer and a $200 (with shipping from Germany) cartridge and i’m set for life. I have printed about 30 8x11 sheets of decals so far and i haven’t gone below 95% full on cartridge. Some cannot afford $400 for all the custom white decals you’ll need, but for about a DCC sound loco cost, i felt it was worth the advantage to add a second number to a commercial car like the Kadee boxcar or create accurate 1934 era data and lettering. I was looking to replace my ALPS and those are not made or supported commercially any more. The Ghost White AND printer was less than my investment in track/switches or DCC system or a single locomotive. Seems worth it to have my fleet of steam era cars be equally accurate.
Btw there is a US source for Ghost White now, so shipping will be less.
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David Bott, modeling the A&Y in '34